IPO Roundtable with ComputerShare and Spotlight

IPO Roundtable with ComputerShare and Spotlight

September 28, 2018

Mogens participated in an IPO Roundtable organized by ComputerShare  

It is important to know the DO's and DONT'S when preparing for an IPO.

ComputerShare and Spotlight Stock Market did a good job and they are ready to support us when it becomes a reality for MotilityCount ApS - hopefully within a foreseeable future 🤞

*IPO = Initial Public Offering: An initial public offering is when a private company or corporation raises investment capital by offering its stock to the public for the first time.

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